As stated by the World Bank, the development objective is to improve access to land and property registration information and counseling services for women, youth, and vulnerable persons in Kosovo.
In this regard, a Recipient-Executed small grant from the State and Peacebuilding Fund is being prepared to provide CSO networks in Kosovo with funds to foster partnerships for the benefit of the country’s land sector and to emphasize the benefits of land and property registration for inclusive, socio-economic development.
The grant activities and objectives will help to build better methods of public outreach and awareness in partnership between the Kosovo Cadastral Agency and CSOs. It will also help to facilitate dialogue to help beneficiaries voice their needs and build their understanding of the benefits of land and property registration.
The overall project risk is "Low" according to the World Bank.
As stated on the organization's website, "the Advocacy Training and Resource Center is a Kosovar non-governmental and non-profit organization. Its vision is to create an enabling environment that fosters democratic resilience and active citizenry."
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|Private Actor 1 Role
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|Advocacy Training & Resource Centre (Kosovo)
|Education and Health
World Bank Team Leader:
Paul Scott Prettitore - Senior Land Administration Specialist
No contacts provided at the time of disclosure.
Borrower and Implementing Agency - Advocacy Training & Resource Center:
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